Hohhot launches top holiday destinations
Hohhot – capital city of North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region – has selected some of its top destinations for the upcoming May Day holiday period. Take a look!
The Laoniuwan section of the Yellow River, located in Hohhot, presents a magnificent landscape. Laoniuwan is known as one of the 10 most beautiful canyons in China and one of the most beautiful villages in China. It is also a national geological park, a national 4A-level tourist attraction, as well as a place where the Mongolian and Han cultures live together. [Photo/Hohhot news network]
Glorious apricot flowers are now in full bloom in Horinger county, Hohhot. A music and food carnival is ongoing, running to May 3. [Photo/Hohhot news network]
The Chilechuan Grassland outside Hohhot boasts breathtaking vistas. It is one of 39 grasslands included in the national grassland nature park project. [Photo/Hohhot news network]
Monishan Intangible Heritage Town is the first museum in the autonomous region to focus on intangible cultural heritage. It's home to an intangible cultural heritage creation area, an exhibition area, an experience area and a research and study base. [Photo/Hohhot news network]